I am so thankful it’s finally feeling like spring in my area and hope it’s the same for you! Even before the spring temperatures officially arrived, I was itching to wear spring clothes. I especially love pieces that can easily be worn many different ways. When you’re shopping consciously and investing in your clothing, that can often mean buying fewer items, but it’s always worth it to know where your clothing came from though! Here are 10 favorite pieces for spring- enjoy!
Carolyn Tee from Elegantees – This ballerina, flared back tee is a such a fun edition to any wardrobe. I love that it’s so feminine. It was sewn by women rescued from sex trafficking in Nepal.
Primrose Tee from Krochet Kids – I love touches of lace, and this tee is simple and easy to wear a lot of ways. It was handmade in Peru, empowering women with resources to rise above poverty.
Cotton Tee from Everlane – A basic u-neck is always worn often in my wardrobe. I am loving this one in pale pink, though there are several others. It was made and milled in Los Angeles.
Maxi skirt from Albion Fit – There is something so effortless about a black maxi skirt. It helps that they are also so comfortable! It’s ethically made in Guatemala.
Delaware Dress from Mata Traders – With capped sleeves and an A-line skirt, this blue dress is classy and perfect for an afternoon or evening out. I love wearing dresses! It was made at a fair trade women’s cooperative in India.
Infinity Dress from Synergy – One dress that can be worn multiple ways? Yes, please! I love that there are so many options for this dress, making it wearable for a variety of occasions. Their clothing is all sustainable, fair trade and organic.
Elena Flare from Kut from the Kloth – Flares have come back in, and they can be a nice change from wearing skinnies (although I do still love wearing skinny jeans). Kut from the Kloth operates with the highest ethical standards.
Diana Skinny from Kut from the Kloth – A pair of skinnies are always so easy to wear! They are definitely a must-have for any spring wardrobe. Again, Kut from the Kloth operates with the highest ethical standards.
D’Orsay Flat from Sseko – Who doesn’t love a little gold? These flats are super cute and can be worn many ways to add a fun pop to any outfit! They are handmade in Ethiopia with locally sourced materials.
Juliana Wedge from BedStu – These sandal wedges are so gorgeous, and I love them with jeans, skirts and dresses! They are handcrafted in Mexico.
Happy Spring, friends!